There is power in your words. Especially when speaking in regards to your purpose. When one finally decides to actively pursue their passions, they must constantly employ self-encouragement. While fear is fathomable, you shouldn’t allow it to overshadow the goal at hand. It’s important that you use “verbal weapons” to help battle your thoughts. The words you speak become the house you live in (Hafiz). I challenge you to learn how to combat your negative thinking with positive speaking. What you put out into the universe will resonate and manifest. You must understand the power of the tongue. Whatever you give your words and thoughts to, you strengthen.

For the past few weeks I have been going through what I deem a “plot twist” in life. Challenges emerged that I didn’t know how to necessarily deal with. Instead of following my old act of anxiety I purposely chose to speak life over these situations. And I must say that I’ve been pleased with the outcomes! Who knew that vocabulary could be so vigorous? Our words ultimately change our circumstances while formatting our future.  Follow your intuition and always listen to the words you speak over yourself.

Speaking things into existence is sometimes difficult to do when you’re constantly battling opposition, but with faith and action it CAN BE DONE! Leave the negative thinking behind and allow yourself to relish in a new way of candid cerebration. After all, our confession manifests possession!

By Dr. Avis Foley

Co-Publisher, Purpose Weekly

2 comments on “Positively Speaking

  1. I’m up for the challenge! Thank you for this inspiring post!

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